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Some wa­ter sports are, you know, sports. Oth­ers are acts of pure sloth. En­ter tank­ing, a uniquely Ne­braskan pas­time of float­ing down a river in a cat­tle tank. No oar. No pole. No mo­tor. In fact, no steer­ing, ac­cel­er­a­tion or propul­sion of any kind. (Though some out­fit­ters rig tanks with bench seats and ta­bles for play­ing cards or hold­ing drinks.) You can hitch a tank most any­where in the state, but the

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